Dry Tortugas Ferry™

1-800-634-0939

Almost 70 miles, 112.9 km, west of Key West, Florida, lies a cluster of seven islands called the Dry Tortugas. These islands, along with surrounding coral reefs and waters, make up Dry Tortugas National Park. Snorkeling, kayaking, camping, legends of pirates, and sunken gold have drawn visitors to this national park from all over the world. Dry Tortugas National Park includes the largest of the 19th century American coastal forts.

 
 

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[TORTUGAS FERRY] [YANKEE FREEDOM II] [TRIP INFORMATION]
[FT. JEFFERSON] [BIRDING]

[FASTCAT FERRY'S HOMEPAGE] [HISTORIC TOURS OF AMERICA] [YANKEE WHALE WATCHING]
Other stories of interest relating to the Dry Tortugas
[DR. MUDD]  [PIRATES] [LIGHTHOUSES] [HEMINGWAY] [AUDUBON] [THE REEF] [TURTLES]